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If you went to the doctor and had exams and a pap and all is well but you still bleed twice a month what can you do to stop this bleeding?

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2005-09-07 20:11:28
2005-09-07 20:11:28

You say you've been to a doctor, I assume they've told you to leave it be. My best advice would be to see another doctor for a second opinion. Some people have disturbed cycles, it's not unusual. I don't know what a pap is but if you've had the stress of exams that will upset your body that may well be the cause of the bleeding. best of luck

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